How to Address Off-Duty Conduct in Public and Private Sector Employment

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It’s no surprise that employers need to properly address any on-duty misconduct by employees, but we often field questions from clients wondering what to do about activities that occur while their employees are off-duty. Particularly those who are active on social media channels, as well as those who participate in protests or rallies. Whether your…

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Wisconsin’s Right-to-Work Law Upheld By Federal Court of Appeals

July 14, 2017 – On July 12, 2017, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139, et al. v. Schimel, No. 16-CV-590, 2017 WL 2962896, affirming the Eastern District of Wisconsin’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed by two units of the International Union of Operating Engineers…

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